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Featured Investment Perspectives

April 2015
WSJ Interview with CIO Ron Sanchez: Is the Fed Too Gun-Shy on Rates?
CIO Ronald Sanchez appeared as a guest on WSJ Live to discuss the likelihood of the Fed raising interest rates later this year. More >

March 2015
Ronald Sanchez Shares His Investment Outlook with the WSJ
In his latest interview, Ron stated that, despite good underlying growth prospects for the US economy, he anticipates European equities will outperform US stocks. More >

March 2015
First Quarter 2015 Perspective
While US stock and bond returns were modestly higher in the first quarter-to-date, the path has been decidedly bumpy. Are we reaching a turning point in US market outperformance? More >

March 2015
Bond Market Liquidity and the Cocoanut Grove Fire
In trying to hold financial institutions to higher standards, regulators may be restricting some of the traditional doorways for bond investors. More >

March 2015
Carin Pai Discusses Investment Opportunities with Bloomberg Radio
In this recent interview, Carin discusses why we favor equities over bonds, and potential opportunities in the international and technology markets. More >

March 2015
US Outperformance: Have We Reached a Turning Point?
We expect US stocks to generate more modest returns than they have in the recent past, while at the same time, conditions in Europe appear to be painting a compelling picture. More >

February 2015
Carin Pai Shares her Perspective on Record US Stock Levels with The Wall Street Journal
Carin Pai explains her favorable outlook for stocks that are tied to economic growth, including those that can benefit from increased consumer spending. More >

February 2015
3 Minutes with CIO Ron Sanchez: Key Investment Themes for 2015
We believe a major theme for 2015 will be somewhat lower, more normalized market returns in conjunction with higher volatility. More >

February 2015
The Fiduciary Standard, What Does it Mean Anyway?
The fiduciary standard has become less clear to investors over the past several decades as different types of financial professionals are providing various forms of advice to clients. Our Forum examines the distinctions of the fiduciary standard and why it... More >

January 2015
Investment Outlook: Key Themes We Are Watching in 2015
A preference for stocks over bonds, a shift toward growth and some progress in international markets are a few of the investment themes we see shaping up for 2015. More >

January 2015
Volatility Makes a Comeback as Global Growth Fades
Concerns over slowing global growth and deflation along with the stunning decline in oil prices caused volatility to take center stage early in the fourth quarter. More >

December 2014
Four Major Growth Areas for 2015
Cyclicals over defensives, and other key themes we are following for 2015. More >

November 2014
Emerging Markets—Looking Beyond the BRICs
With the recent divergence across the spectrum of developing world markets, we examine key questions about investing in emerging markets. More >

October 2014
A Distinctly Different Second Half
The second half of 2014 is turning out to be a more challenging market environment, and one that is distinctly different from the first half of the year. More >

October 2014
Third Quarter 2014 Perspective
Chief Investment Officer, Ronald Sanchez, discusses our latest investment views in context of normalizing monetary policy and improving economic fundamentals. More >

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